[DML] Re: Where to route the stainless clutch line??
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[DML] Re: Where to route the stainless clutch line??

You should put a length of flexible rubber tubing over the new clutch
line to keep it from gradually abrading the epoxy off of the frame, as
well as the adjacent hoses.  Just get a length of hose the same
length, cut a slit down the side of it to get it over the stainless
line, and then use zip ties to keep it attached.


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